Tuesday 20 March 2018

All audio files


All audio files
Tanzania Ruling Party Suffers Yet Another Defection as Campaigning Begins

Campaigning for Tanzania’s October 25th presidential elections began Sunday.

Former Ugandan PM Can Win 2016 Poll as Independent

Former Ugandan Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi said he’s running as an independent candidate for...

Boko Haram Attack Not Direct Ambush of Nigerian Military Chief

Nigeria’s military said it repelled a Boko Haram attack Saturday on a village 28 miles east of...

Eritrea Opens its Doors to European Investigators

For many years Europe has welcomed refugees from Eritrea - a nation that has acquired a...

Nairobi Record Store Links to East Africa’s Musical Past

NAIROBI— A dusty music store in downtown Nairobi was once the hotspot for East African musicians...

South Sudan Disappointed With AU Statement on Peace Deal

South Sudan’s government said it is disappointed with African Union Commission chairperson...

South Sudanese ‘Hail’ President Kiir Refusal to Sign Accord

South Sudan’s foreign minister says the government will on Wednesday begin consultations with...

South Africa’s Opposition Demands President Pay for Home Renovations

Although South Africa’s ruling African National Congress Party (ANC) exonerated President Jacob...

South Sudanese Rebels: President Opposes Power Sharing

A South Sudanese rebel spokesman said President Salva Kiir refused to sign Monday’s peace deal...

Swaziland Group Receives Award, Vows to Demand Democracy

A leader of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) says an international human rights...